Comparativa GeForce Ti 4400
Entrambe le schede, come si può capire, sono basate sulla GPU nVidia Ti 4400 a 275 MHz ed entrambe con una dotazione di 128 MB di RAM DDR a 550 MHz.
I test sono stati condotti su una piattaforma AMD con Athlon XP 1800+ e con 2 moduli Corsair di SDRAM DDR da 256 Mb.
In tutti i benchmark i risultati ottenuti sono stati pressochè identici, e da segnalare che in condizioni di overclocking le schede arrivano ad avere risultati superiori ad una Gainward GF4 Ti 4600 non overclockata.
"If you caught on to anything in this review, it's that there really isn't a noticeable performance difference between these two cards since they both use the same GPU and are clocked at the same speeds. Performance was always within a few FPS of each other with both cards switching back and forth as the leader. In 3DMark2001SE, overclocking both cards brought them over Ti 4600 performance. At stock speeds, the two Ti 4400 cards were trailing the Ti 4600, as expected, with a pretty noticeable margin. Performance is still great though with the Ti 4400 in 3DMark2001SE. In Quake3, overclocking the two cards improved frame rates, and in 1600x1200 both cards surpassed the Ti 4600. In Serious Sam 2 using Extreme Quality with Level 8 Anisotropic, we see that enabling Anisotropic still has a noticeable effect on the frame rate. Once you do some overclocking, however, the increased speed makes it much more playable at higher resolutions. Jedi Knight 2 showed a very noticeable performance increase in 1600x1200, but didn't do much at lower resolutions. Comanche4 once again proved to be more CPU than video card dependent with overclocking not helping much at all. Code Creatures showed us that even current graphics cards can choke depending on how the developer makes the game. Anti-aliasing showed a large reduction in frame rates at 4X AA, especially combined with Anisotropic filtering."